Could you post a link to what you are talking about? Also, what browser are you using. I think what you might be thinking of is an image that is too big to fit completely in the browser window on your browser, by clicking on that square the image will expand to its full size.
I also think, design is talking about this IE feature for resizing images which do not fit into the popup in which they have been opened. If so, the "red square" (which for me isn't red) looks like the little attached .gif and this "property" cannot be added by a webmaster. It simply depends on whether or not the user's browser is IE and on the relation between the popup's and the image's size.
design, are you talking about the stuff I attached?
The latest opera version I use for testing is 6.05 (I have version 5.0 as well). Both do not have any feature like that and I assume that the recent version(s) do not have it as well. Because of this I believe that design uses IE...
Re: Red Square sometimes I see at the bottom right of an image
Originally posted by design You still have not answered my question. When I have an <img src="filname.jpg/gif"> how can I make the rectangle at the bottom right be a part of the image. I know that several sites do not have an attached image.
What other options are there?
I would say I did:
...the "red square" ... and this "property" cannot be added by a webmaster. It simply depends on whether or not the user's browser is IE and on the relation between the popup's and the image's size.
And for further explanation (talking about IE only): this square appears in a window the url of which is the image path and filename itself. NOT a .htm (etc.) file. And it only appears under circumstances which depend on the relation between the image's size and the window's size.
As has been explained to you, that image is NOT a part of the site. It's entirely generated by IE whenever a picture doesn't fit in the window. IE resizes the pic to fit, then provides that button to toggle between the resized img, and the full-size one.